My Dad used to call them
What Glaswegians call knobs coincidently. Although probably spelt 'boabies'.
Is that correct Glaswegians?
Not in some cases matey...
do you think they seen us
hello mr plod can i just start be saying it wasnt me
you'll be in trouble & we don't want that do we ? alan & I have been BAD BAD BAD ! but we're not now, the treatment sorted us out so when the van arrives don't fight it don't resist it's for your own good & as soon as you give in to it & conform you will feel better. there's some discomfort but the less you resist the quicker it's over & you'll return to a 'normal life' you won't want nasty motorbikes anymore or want to mix with BAD BAD BAD bike boys, uncle Richard & his invisible friend will be with you, make sure there's tissues close to hand ok they're for the tears of regret you'll shed for being BAD BAD BAD ! ---------------- coming mummy ! ---------- time for my bath & cocoa I know it's early but it's all part of the new me without motorbikes & bad bike boys
BIKES BAD BIKES BAD uncle Richard good uncle Richard good -------- good ---- zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
names for police
Constables I generally refer to by their first names. Sergeants I call "sarge." Inspectors and above I call "sir", "guv" or "ma'am."
Police and their names
I remember one called Paul. Funny a policeman haveing a name like that, suppose his mother must have named him that?
know a police officer (garda) called Paul. He works south of the border, though, in the Republic.
not the same then. Also on bikes or is he shifted?
Haven't seen in yonks!
I know 2 police officers called Paul
so there ! they work (attend) the air station I work on & are MoD plod. Any advance on that ?
Don't know any policemen called Paul
Have a friend called Steve though.
'Garda Paul' is far too sensible to ride a motorbike. He has about 5-6 children.
Our local plod's called..........
Well you dont want too
risk damage to the plumbs on a bike when your going for your own football team !" />
...FEDS...( federali )
I call them anything i like behind thier backs ~
I can call them anything behind thier backs.. but to thier face.. depends how annoying you want to be.... or if you wan a free bed for the night!.
calling them 'Son' really gets under their skin
As does asking them if their mother knows they're still out....
Big, got four legs & a c#nt in the middle of it`s back...???
A Police horse......